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Partnership provides interactive 3D touchscreen interface

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By Ally Winning

The two companies will provide iWave’s customers with application-ready HMI modules that offer 3D GUI and help quicken the development of end applications.

The iWave HMI platform uses high-performance multi-core ARM processors with advanced 3D graphics and a wide range of interfaces. It provides a modular solution that has been optimized for a wide range of applications.

Crank’s GUI development software Storyboard uses a robust embedded GUI framework that enhances the functionality of the HMI solution.

Storyboard offers the following key features in the iWave HMI platform:

• Media-rich user interface development – Graphics, Audio, Connectivity

• “no programming” UI framework

• Ability to import and re-upload files from Photoshop and other design platforms

• Integrated animation timeline tool, testing & validation tools

• Adaptable to technology stack changes (hardware & software & OS)

Storyboard’s runtime lets the GUI be deployed and run on the HMI platform without the need to compile any code.

Crank support will be available on the iWave 7”,10.1” and 12.1” display configurations that are based on proven carrier card and SBC designs.

“As an industry leader in GUI development software, we believe in making it simple for customers to create innovative solutions for intuitive, interactive applications,” said Jason Clarke, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Crank Software. “Crank is excited to be part of iWave’s ‘application ready’ solutions that take this concept and make it even easier with their ‘all-in-one’ SoM design. The result is a simple path for customers to obtain reliable, high-performance applications tailored to their market that provide a completer and more robust user experience.”

More information

www.iwavesystems.com

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